Louis Rapoport

Louis Rapoport (born 7 July 1942) was a writer and senior editor of The Jerusalem Post.

Biography

Rapoport was born in Los Angeles. After he served two years in West Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer, he achieved his degree from UC Berkeley, and moved to Jerusalem. Within a few weeks, he met his future wife Sylvia.[1]

He died on 20 June 1991.[2]

Books

  • The Lost Jews: Last of the Ethiopian Falashas, 1980.
  • Anatoly and Avital Sharansky, 1986.
  • Confrontation: Israeli Life in the Year of the Uprising, 1988.
  • Stalin's War Against the Jews; The Doctors' Plot and the Soviet Solution, 1990.[3]

References

  1. ^ Rapopart, Louis (1999). Shake Heaven & Earth: Peter Bergson and the Struggle to Rescue the Jews of Europe. Gefen Publishing. p. 281.
  2. ^ Rapoport, Sylvia (2009-06-15). "Bloomsday 1975 | JPost | Israel News". JPost. Retrieved 2014-04-11.
  3. ^ Mastny, Vojtech (1998). The Cold War and Soviet Insecurity: The Stalin Years. Oxford University Press. p. 253.

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